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Invisible Ghost

Published 1941

Bela Lugosi plays the role of Mr. Kessler, a man haunted and disturbed by the death of his wife.

You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

More information is also available from the Wikipedia article here.

Run time 1:02:50
Producer Sam Katzman, Banner Pictures Corp.
Production Company Monogram Pictures Corporation
Audio/Visual mono, black and white
Language English


Astor Pictures Corp. presents
Bela Lugosi in
Invisible Ghost

Associate Producer: Pete Mayer
Story and Screen Play by Helen and Al Martin

Production Manager: Ed W. Rote
Assistant Directors: Edward M. Saeta, Harry Slott
Photographers: Marcel Le Picard, Harvey Gould
Film Editor: Robert Golden
Settings: Fred Preble
Musical Directors: Lange & Porter, A.S.C.A.P.
Recording: Glen Glenn
Copyright MCMXLI by Monogram Pictures Corporation
Approved MPAA Certificate N27243

The Cast
Mr. Kessler......Bela Lugosi
Virginia.........Polly Ann Young
Ralph............John McGuire
Paul.............John McGuire
Evans............Clarence Muse
Cecile...........Terry Walker
Mrs. Kessler.....Betty Compson
Jules............Ernie Adams
Williams.........George Pembroke
Mrs. Mason.......Ollola Nesmith
Ryan.............Fred Kelsey
Tim..............Jack Mulhall

Produced by Sam Katzman, Banner Pictures Corp.

Directed by Joseph H. Lewis

The End
A Monogram Production
Monogram MPC Pictures


Reviewer: Vance Capley - favoritefavoritefavorite - March 18, 2016
Subject: Invisible Ghost Worth seeing....
Yeah, I said it...

Nice little horror/sci-fi/noir flick with the late great Lugosi. After seeing this watch Ed Wood Jr.'s Bride of the Monster...
Reviewer: debra71 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 14, 2011
Subject: Psychological thriller
I thought this to be one of Bela Lugosi's better roles. Thanks for upload. ;)
Reviewer: billbarstad - favorite - January 25, 2009
Subject: Key-rappy!
Coulda been entertaining as a comedy.
Reviewer: surfvh - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 20, 2008
Subject: Really better than one star
I kind of liked this one because of it's film noir characteristics.Bela Legosi is his usual corny self, but everyone else does a pretty solid job of making a really weird plot work. I'll give this one a 5 to balance out the 1 to give it a 3. It's worth a watch if you like noir films.
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